Horsleygate Hall – self-catering holiday cottages, Peak District
Horsleygate Hall offers the discerning guest self-catering holiday cottages, beautiful gardens and lush green fields nestles in the bottom of the Cordwell Valley, amongst rolling hills on the edge of the Peak District.
The delightful accommodation we caters for singles, companions, couples, walkers, families, new babies, dog owners, small groups of families or friends, hen weekends, cyclists, honeymooners, wedding parties and residential course attendees. Smoking is not permitted in any of the accommodation.
1783 wing of Horsleygate Hall with private terrace and sumptuous outdoor seating. Wonderful views across back gardens, Victorian Greenhouses, Orchard and hillside. Great opportunity for viewing wildlife.
Sleeps: 2-4 friends/family (incl. baby) + 1 dog
Open plan, stunningly romantic, rustic chic converted barn.
Sleeps: 2 people (suitable for singles or couples only)
Orchard Cottage is a cosy, beamed cottage with its own terrace overlooking orchards, and has been converted from 18th-century stables and furnished in traditional style with modern rustic-chic additions such as the Antler Horn Chandeliers and blue and white tiled oak staircase. Spacious and well-equipped Kitchen with Rayburn Oven and matching blue/white tiles adds considerably to the cottage charm.
Gin Cottage has exposed beams, trusses and a wood-burning stove, all with a hand-painted mural and a galleried first floor bedroom. It also has its own secluded courtyard shaped around the original gin wheel. Comprises of 1 bedroom and 1 mezzanine bedroom.
Sleeps: 3 people +baby (suitable for small family with new baby or 3 friends, 3 relatives, couple + friend – due to access through main bedroom. Not suitable for mobile toddler up to 10 year old due to mezzanine)
The Award – winning, beautiful Gardens cover a 4 acre site. They include an Orchard (containing a children’s play area), Kitchen gardens, Woodland and Formal Garden with Alpine borders, a Japanese Garden and Pond. There are Pagodas, benches and Swing seats to sit in and many spots to pause at and admire the variety and uniqueness of the plants and their magical setting. More
Trip Advisor Comments
“A marvellous and much needed break from reality.”
“A piece of Heaven on earth!”
“Wonderful place to relax”
“Charming, hospitable, perfectly positioned for Peak District climbing.”